Amtrak is suspending some trains as a winter storm threatens the South and the Northeast.
Amtrak says the suspensions Wednesday are meant to reduce the exposure of passengers, crews and equipment to extreme weather.
The suspensions include trains between New York and several destinations in the South, including the Crescent to new Orleans, and the auto train between Washington's northern Virginia suburbs and Orlando, Fla.
Amtrak says other services, including the Northeast Corridor, are scheduled to operate.
In addition to the Crescent trains between New York and New Orleans, the suspensions also include Silver Meteor and Silver Star trains between New York and Miami; Carolinian trains between New York and Charlotte, N.C.; Palmetto trains between New York and Savannah, Ga.; and Piedmont trains between Charlotte and Raleigh in North Carolina.